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CEX 7800 : Exhibition Design Capstone/Thesis Part 1
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Corcoran Exhibition Design (CEX)
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ED-MA: Exhibition Design
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
CEX 7900 : Exhibition Design Capstone/Thesis Part 2
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Long Course Title
Exhibition Design Capstone/Thesis Part 1
Short Course Title
MA/EX Capstone/Thesis Part 1
Number of Credits
Field Work (Internship)
Default Grading Method
MA in Exhibition Design students; pre-thesis assessment is required prior to registration
Repeatable for Credit?
CEX 7010 or CEX 7011
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The equivalent of the programming phase of a professional exhibition design project, Part 1 of the Capstone/Thesis lays the critical foundation for an exhibition proposal by defining its mission, interpretive goals, and content. Students develop a design concept, based on precedent research, that serves as the guideline for the Capstone/Thesis to be completed in the following semester. The format of the final pro-thesis document is an academic research paper with concept design sketches, plans, and drawings.
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CEX 7800_Exhibition Design Capstone_Thesis Part 1_syllabus.pdf
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